Discussion in 'A Small Circle of Friends: The Music Forum' started by Steve Sidoruk, Jun 1, 2017.
Billboard cover ad 10-09-1965:
Speaking of "You Were On My Mind", earlier this year, a disc was issued called HARD TO FIND 45s VOL 17. It contains a true stereo version of "You Were On My Mind." As many A&M aficionados know, even on SP4111, the stereo album, "You Were On My Mind" was a mono track.
Also on this disc is a new stereo remix of Richard Harris' "MacArthur Park", a track that has always sounded a bit muddy and problematic, and the new remix is spectacular.
Various Artists - Hard To Find 45s On CD, Volume 17 - Late Sixties Classics - Amazon.com Music
I was just thinking about We Five yesterday as I have the collectors choice 2 for CD which has The aforementioned album paired with Make someone happy It's a Great set I didn't know the title track was in mono that explains why it didn't have the usual separation
Me too, plus a couple of copies of the LP.
I had the vinyl of you were on my mind lp in both stereo and mono Until they got lost in the 90s i hated losing the mono version but at least I got it back in stereo and on cd and it's a keeper it's kind of sad they didn't have more albums or hits I love their version of Tonight from West side Story back in 84 when I first had the LP I would play that song several times before going out on a date with my then steady girlfriend and keep in mind I was 17 very fond romantic memories